Computational analysis in vitro: dynamics and plasticity of a neuro-robotic system.

  title={Computational analysis in vitro: dynamics and plasticity of a neuro-robotic system.},
  author={Amir Karniel and Michael Kositsky and Karen M. Fleming and Michela Chiappalone and Vittorio Sanguineti and Simon Alford and Ferdinando A. Mussa-Ivaldi},
  journal={Journal of neural engineering},
  volume={2 3},
When the brain interacts with the environment it constantly adapts by representing the environment in a form that is called an internal model. The neurobiological basis for internal models is provided by the connectivity and the dynamical properties of neurons. Thus, the interactions between neural tissues and external devices provide a fundamental means for investigating the connectivity and dynamical properties of neural populations. We developed this idea, suggested in the 1980s by Valentino… CONTINUE READING
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